About Me

Ever since I can remember I’ve always loved creating things – making stuff from nothing. From experimenting with printing double exposures in a cold basement dark room in our family house to trying to replicate the same effect using a beta copy of Photoshop Version 1.

It was at these points in my life that I knew I loved design and that I wanted to do nothing else. Fortunately for me, I’ve been able to do just that. I have enjoyed a design career spanning over 20 years, creating sublime visual concepts in moving image, print and digital for a host of clients, but mostly the BBC.

If you have a future design project I can help with or just want to have a chat about something – please get in touch.



Having gained a first class honours degree in Visual Communication some years ago, I worked as a Graphic Designer with a small and close knit team at the BBC.

I spent a happy decade there creating a range of title sequences, print, web and exhibition material for some of the BBC’s flagship programmes including The Clothes Show, Top Gear, Gardeners’ World to Network East and Goodness Gracious Me. I lead on the complete creative process from initial brief to compositing and final editing, and everything in between.

These days I work for myself.

As an established freelance graphic designer and photographer, I’ve relished the breadth of design briefs that have come my way – both from the BBC and beyond. From creating print, moving image, interior visuals, corporate identity, digital effects, to designing branding and promotional material, online and advertising.

Past clients have included ITV, CharacterShop, Birmingham City Council, Channel 4, Haven Holidays and of course the BBC.

I also design and deliver bespoke software training of design packages including PhotoShop, AfterEffects and Cinema 4D.